Independent Verification And Validation (IV&V) Tool To Monitor The Effects On Navy Enlisted Skills and Knowledge Resulting from Ongoing Changes in T
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AbstractAt a time when the Navy is actively moving more training from shore to shipboard, it is critical that quantitative tools and measurements be developed and used to ensure that Navy training is meeting established objectives. The Navy wants to know that this movement away from more costly shore-based trainers prototypes, and classrooms will not impact readiness. To achieve this, it is our intention to apply our current knowledge and experience base to focus and conduct exhaustive, innovative research into the development of a multi-module tool which will meet the Navy's need in the areas stipulated. We will provide the U.S. Navy with a comprehensive report which will detail the extent and results of our research into the development of the conceptual fi-amework to guide training designers in their goal of optimum training approach and setting. As required by SBIR N96-129, innovative research results will be focused on the relationship between current shore-based and shipboard training. Because of the ultimate application of a complex database, we will provide, in addition to the report, a modified Operation Concept Description (OCD) which will describe the proposed system in terms of the user needs it will fulfill. Ile OCD will be prepared in accordance with MIL-STD-498, Data Item Description DI-IPSC-81430.
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